Jadeveon Clowney is among the players who could get tagged as early as Tuesday. NFL Nation reporters make their predictions.
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Ndamukong Suh is one of the Rams' pressing decisions, but not the only one. A tight salary cap makes these moves difficult for L.A.'s defense.
Will Dallas extend the contracts for three stars? What will Philly do with Nick Foles? Let's make offseason moves for the NFC East.
After discussing the Browns' acquisition of Kareem Hunts, Adam Schefter talks to new Bengals head coach Zac Taylor about his whirlwind couple of weeks, his coaching mentors and more (3:10). Plus, Adam discusses his new obsession of fantasy basketball with ESPN's Andre Snellings (15:12) and answers your #AskAdam questions (31:07).
Free agency -- and retirement -- could hit the Super Bowl teams hard. Here's how each team could change this offseason.
Doug Kezirian recaps the Super Bowl with oddsmaker John Murray to learn why the house only had a modest win and which prop bets provided the biggest losses.
Think really hard. You probably know who won MVP, and you should know who won the Super Bowl. But now that the NFL season is over, what else do you remember?
Rams coach Sean McVay said Tuesday that Todd Gurley's limited showing in the Super Bowl was due to Los Angeles not getting a lot of attempts off, not the game plan or the running back's health.
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Rams LG Rodger Saffold is a pending free agent. The Rams drafted Saffold in the second round of the 2010 draft. He started 16 games last season (Including playoffs), and 19 games this season (Including playoffs). Saffold said he wanted to return to L.A., but that it would require a situation. "I don't think that it's any surprise to people to know that I want to be back," Saffold said Tuesday, as he cleaned out his locker. "At the end of the day, though, I need to make sure that it's something fair for me... something I can use and feel that I was treated fair."
Bomani shares his thoughts on the Patriots' Super Bowl LIII victory over the Rams, including the relationship between McVay-Goff and the diabolical brain of Bill Belichick (0:37) as well as his experience down in Atlanta amongst the people (14:48). Plus, the Anthony Davis-Lakers poker game is heating up (34:18), we get a fresh edition of IYHH (44:24) and your worst experience at a sporting event voicemails (56:59).
Goff had a breakthrough season, but it crashed in the Super Bowl. With a contract decision coming, he'll need to prove his resiliency again.
New Jersey sportsbooks lost a net $4.5 million on the Patriots' win over the Rams in Sunday's Super Bowl, according to the state's Division of Gaming Enforcement.
Russillo talks about the Patriots Super Bowl win with Damien Woody and why the game wasn't as bad as people made it out to be, plus is Anthony Davis to the Lakers close?
Super Bowl LIII averaged about 98.2 million viewers on CBS, the lowest since Super Bowl XLII averaged 97.4 million viewers following the 2007 season.
Bill and CBS Sports' Will Brinson share their reactions to the Patriots' win over the Rams in Super Bowl LIII (1:00), including L.A. head coach Sean McVay's role in the loss (10:38), Jared Goff and Todd Gurley's performances (18:22) as well as Tom Brady's (22:25). Plus, did Julian Edelman's play warrant Hall of Fame consideration (24:41) and how far will the Rams fall next season (45:58)?
The Bengals have hired Rams quarterbacks coach Zac Taylor as their head coach, the team announced Monday.
The Rams have plenty of contract decisions to make on defense this offseason, but the future looks bright after a Super Bowl berth.
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I'm sure this will devastate the Patriots: they finished fourth in FPI's final 2018 rankings.
Take a bow, Bill Belichick and Brian Flores. This Pats win over the Rams was fueled by the greatest defensive performance in Super Bowl history.
You might not like it, but you're watching the greatest dynasty in sports history. And it's time to appreciate it, whether or not you root for the Pats.
Two weeks after Todd Gurley, the highest-paid running back in NFL history, was limited to five touches and 13 total yards in the NFC title game, Gurley had 11 touches for 34 total yards in the Super Bowl."It's cool, man," Gurley said after the g